My arcade/jamma pcb collection

I used to own several dedicated cabinets (After Burner 2, Chase HQ, Hard Drivin', Space Gun, Virtua Racing) but currently I have only two, one of which is a slightly modified Taito Egret 29" arcade cabinet and the other one is a custom-made 2-player cocktail cabinet (vertical monitor, wood grain, very retro). Of course a cabinet by itself is not a lot of fun, so I also have several JAMMA PCBs that are listed below.

All the boards that I own are original - no bootlegs - and fully working.

When I have bought some of the games, they haven't always been just the exact same versions which I wanted, so I have burned new eproms for them (for example Japanese Gryzor became European Gryzor and German Klax was converted to US Klax). Often I have saved the original eproms, for the sake of preservation and if I am ever stupid enough to sell some of them away.

If you have any games for sale, check out what's on my arcade shopping list.

None of these games are for sale.

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315 games | Show 10 most recent acquisitions

wikipedia review review review review Block Hole (1989)
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wikipedia review Block Out (1989)
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wikipedia review Bomber Man World (1992)
JAMMA+ Versus
wikipedia review review review KLAX (1989)
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wikipedia review Marvel Super Heroes (1995)
Capcom CPS II Versus
wikipedia review Neo Bomber Man (1997)
Neo Geo MVS Versus
wikipedia review review Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein (1998)
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wikipedia review review Rampart (1990)
JAMMA+ Versus
wikipedia review review Soul Edge Ver.II (1996)
Namco System 11 Versus
wikipedia review Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (1995)
JAMMA+ Versus
wikipedia review Waku Waku 7 (1996)
Neo Geo MVS Versus